LaTeX Author Package for the publications in IMS journal:
Statistical Science (STS)

 Contents of a .zip file
 Simplest usage of imsart package
 Recomended usage of imsart package

Contents of a .zip file

Following files are included in the distribution:

document class file;
imsart package (it's loaded by imsart.cls);
suggested bibliography style (bibtex file);
topmatter template;
journal sample article;
journal sample article(pdf file);


  • unpack .zip file;
  • install imsart.cls, imsart.sty, imsart-nameyear.bst,imsart-number.bst in your TeX system (suggested directory: imsart);
  • use the file sts-template.tex to start your article as a template;
  • use the file sts-sample.tex as a reference for how to prepare a frontmatter of your article;

Simplest usage of imsart package

The simplest (but not recommended) way to use imsart package is to replace line
in your LaTeX document.

Recomended usage of imsart package

Use sts-template.tex as a template. The preamble of your Latex document should look like this:




\title{A Sample Document\protect\thanksref{T1}}
\runtitle{A Sample Document}
\thankstext{T1}{Footnote to the title with the `thankstext' command.}

  \author{First Author\thanksref{t2}\ead[label=e1]{}},
  \author{Second Author\ead[label=e2]{}}
  \author{Third Author

  \thankstext{t2}{Footnote to the first author with the `thankstext' command.}

  \runauthor{F. Author et al.}

  \affiliation{Some University and Another University}

  \address{Address of the First and Second authors, \printead{e1,e2}}

  \address{Address of the Third author, \printead{e3,u1}}






  • option preprint must be used to produce the final version:
  • labels T1,t2 are used for thanks;
  • labels e1,e2,e3,u1 are used to print electronic addresses. If hyperref package is used, they will be made into hyperlinks;
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